Starting from only £65

With around 40% of all sickness absence caused by musculoskeletal (MSK) issues, MSK disorders are the largest single cause of sickness absence. D4Health’s physiotherapy service can help to reduce sickness absence and help treat employees with bone, joint, and muscle problems such as back pain.

Enquire Now

Through our nationwide network of specialist physiotherapists, we can provide your employees, wherever they are based, with access to convenient, 1:1 professional physiotherapy to help them return to work, prevent further absence and reduce work-related risks. Our service includes:

  • Early intervention advice and education
  • Physiotherapy treatment and assessment
  • Management of musculoskeletal disorders
  • Specialist back pain and spinal education services
  • Chronic Pain management
  • Workplace adjustments
  • Aging workforce support
  • Long COVID rehabilitation

When is physiotherapy needed?

There are a range of conditions for which physiotherapy can be hugely beneficial including some conditions which you may not have considered, such as neurological and cardiopulmonary conditions. Just a few examples include:

  • COPD
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Back Pain
  • Stroke
  • Muscular dystrophy

What are the benefits of physiotherapy?




Pain management & reduce risk


Improved mobility & balance


Recovery from injury or illness


Management of age-related conditions

What is the process for physiotherapy?

  • Complete our simple referral form
  • Our team contacts the employee and arranges the appointment
  • The employee attends an initial assessment
  • Recommendations for treatment course provided to the employer
  • If approved, the treatment course begins
  • The outcome report is provided to the employer

Frequently Asked Questions

How does physiotherapy help after an injury or illness?

By providing an improvement in rehabilitation and recovery, helping restore movement and function if an employee has recently been affected by an illness or injury. It also helps prevent further injury from occurring.

Can’t I just refer them to the NHS?